I have created a video with Adobe Premier 11 and I have an issue that has been driving me nuts. My movie has to be 2 minutes and not a fraction of a second longer. I have it right now at 1;59;07. When I play it the playhead goes beyond the last slide and stops at 2;02;05. For the life of me, I can not figure out how to make it stop at the end of the last slide. I have tried a stop marker but that did not do it. I have tried quitting the program and opening it back up and no luck. It acts like there is a invisible still there and it stops at the end of it.
Can anybody help?????????
Thanks for the info. I was not able to "see" the ghosts this help file talks about. I ended up redoing the whole movie and it stops where it should now. That was a really unpleasant experience. Glad that is over.
So glad that all is working well now.
In the editing process, there are a couple of things that can cause Orphans. Just moving Clips against each other, with Snap ON, can "shear" a single Frame, or maybe a couple. As the Timeline gets tightened up, the Orphan gets left behind. Then, the Timeline's Duration is longer, than intended.
Thank you for reporting your success, and good luck,